Bouncy Castle wrote:I didn't understand a word of that!!
Dotsie wrote:You lost me at "lately"
Catch-up wrote:Very cool!! Sounds complicated.
ChristianBecker wrote:Blender seems to be a hell of a tool. But it also seems that getting used to it is more difficult than getting used to any other programme. At least in my experience. Normally, I can intuitively work with most software after some minutes to an acceptable degree.
Blender I tried several times over the last 5 years and always ended up rather frustrated.
chuffed wrote:... can't touch it while it dries properly!!
ChristianBecker wrote:chuffed wrote:... can't touch it while it dries properly!!
I told you homeboy
U can't touch this.
And you even've got the fitting avatar.
chillicamper wrote:jaznbonnie wrote:Tonyblack wrote:Just don't get the two mixed up.
Actually, given half a chance, I'd combine them in working with the Lippizzaner horses.
I love Lippizzaners. Very beautiful animals.
I used to ride as a kid and an adult, I gave up when my shoulder dislocated a number of times. It only happened once whilst schooling a horse, but I really didn't fancy sitting on horseback with my shoulder hanging out I have driven horse and carriages and would like to do that again some day. But the cost of the kit is just too prohibitive at present. Maybe when I get some time (haha) and money (hahahaha) I will build one myself, or get a knackered one off ebay and restore it.
My wife still rides, as do the kids. We have a pony that all 3 are supposed to be able to ride. Unfortunately he has a massive fear of tractors and bolts off in the opposite direction when he sees one! :shock: As that's not particularly safe for all concerned, we are hoping to find him a new home away from tractors, then I suppose the search will be on for another horse (although maybe in a few months time - horses are hard work and a break would be good). I keep on saying that I would like a heavy horse such as a Shire, Clydesdale or Ardennes. But apparently I'm not allowed as my wife is only 5'2" and says she would look like a pea sat on top of one of those And the food that they can get through is bloomin expensive
The Mad Collector wrote:Looking round the house I appear to collect collections
Catch-up wrote:One of the things I look forward to most in the summer is the veggie garden, so I guess that's a seasonal hobby. I like to try growing at least one new thing a year. I've got hubby half talked into building more raised beds so I can grow more.
Jaz, you should try it!
jaznbonnie wrote:Catch-up wrote:One of the things I look forward to most in the summer is the veggie garden, so I guess that's a seasonal hobby. I like to try growing at least one new thing a year. I've got hubby half talked into building more raised beds so I can grow more.
Jaz, you should try it!
I'd love to have raised gardenbeds in my backyard. Unfortunately we rent so they would have to be mobile. I do work with some flowers and other plants that require very little effort to cultivate. Mainly because the soil here is very poor and the climate somewhat arid at times. Fortunately we have friends who grow a large garden every year and they have let us plant some herbs and other veggies on a small section. In fact my husband and I just went to harvest some of them this morning.
So sorry! I meant working with the Lippizzaners.
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